May 25, 1977

Today In History

The Original Starwars Movie is released

Remember When

Richard Nixon Inauguration - January 20, 1969
Warren Spahn won 363 MLB games a record for left handers
Warren Spahn played all but one of his 21 season career with the Boston/Milwaukee Braves, winning at least 20 games in 13 of those seasons. He won a total of 363 games in his career, the most ever for a left-handed pitcher. Spahn won the Cy Young Award in 1957 when he was 21-11, which was the 2nd of a streak of six consecutive remarkably consistent seasons in which he won 20 to 22 games. But perhaps his most memorable season was when he won 23 games with an ERA of 2.60 at 42 years of age in 1963. Warren Spahn was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1973. On a side note: Warren Spahn and Juan Marichal faced off in a 16-inning classic July 2, 1963...It's the last time two pitchers threw for 15 scoreless innings in one game...7 future Hall of Famers were in the game that day, 4 from the Giants and 3 from the Braves...The 4 hour and 10 minute game ended in the bottom of the 16th when Willie Mays delivered a solo shot over the left field fence...
USA athlete Mary Lou Retton performs her Perfect 10 at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics - Gymnastics Womens Vault Finals
Song of the Day
Christina Aguilera & Tony Bennett | Steppin Out With My Baby
The story of James Dean
Explore America
Rafters on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyan

Great Humor

WKRP in Cincinnati

The Smothers Brothers

Dennis the Mennace

The Odd Couple

Mary Tyler Moore Show

WKRP in Cincinnati

The Smothers Brothers

Dennis the Mennace

The Odd Couple

Mary Tyler Moore Show

TV Show of the Day
Bob Newhart Show - "In the Beginning" - Pilot Episode
The Buffalo Springfield LIVE
Bob Gibson
Interview of the Day
Michael Jordan - Up Close
BUSINESS NEWS 1880 - 1889 - A decade of advances led by George Eastman and Kodak
BUSINESS NEWS 1880 - 1889 A decade of advances • John Wanamaker’s Philadelphia Department Store, The Grand Depot hires the first advertising copywriter in the United States • Joseph Wharton , a merchant donates $ 100,000. to The University of Pennsylvania to form the nation’s first permanent college business school • William Filene starts a women’s clothing store in Boston • Dow, Jones & Company, a financial news service is established • Chemist Robert F. Lazenby invents a new soft drink, calling it Dr. Pepper • In Atlanta, pharmacist John S. Pemberton devises a new medicinal drink that his bookkeeper Frank Robinson dubs Coca – Cola • Congress approves the incorporation of trade unions • Richard W. Sears and Alvah C. Roebuck join forces to sell watches by mail • Dow, Jones & Company begins publishing The Wall Street Journal • George Eastman of Rochester, NY patents Kodak processes and products • Isaac Merrit Singer begins selling electric sewing machines • Congress creates the Department of Labor
STUDIO 54 | THE HISTORY

AMERICA AT WORK

Great Athletes

Pancho Gonzales

Ben Hogan

Pete Rose

Mel Parnell

Richard Petty

Pancho Gonzales

Ben Hogan

Pete Rose

Mel Parnell

Richard Petty

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